WW1 Military Mail

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9 years 4 months ago #18 by hfisher
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I should be most grateful if anyone can advise me what 'N de F' means either typed or handwritten on a WW1 Military cover. On the two covers I have with it on (one typed and the other handwritten) it is accompanied by 'S. M.' which obviously means Service Militaire.

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9 years 4 months ago #19 by mstyler
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It means "Nécessité de Fermer" indicating the need to seal an envelope which has been left open for censorship or checking.
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